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in the locker room. we knew we had control over and it all we had to do is play with energy. and being able to go out with back-to-back super bowl wins would be great. >> after upprocessing oregon, stanford tried to complete a sweep the oregon schools. johnny dawkins says, let's hurry up so we can watch the superbowl. randall, a whacky sequence here. the steal, a behind the back fake and gets rejected. the beavers take it the other way. oregon state by two stanford wins 8 1-73. the cardinal has won three in a row, five of its last seven. >> the fourth ranked stanford women wore at corvallis. chiney nnemkadi ogwumike finds greenfield. stanford up by 11 at the half. another big game for ogwumike. her 17th double-doubling this season. stanford wins and improves to 20-2. >> at the phoenix open, phil mickelson was looking to complete a wire-to-wire victory. this event, also more casual than most golf tournaments. caddie races to the green. >> mickelson has been magic cal this week and reads this birdie putt on seven to perfection. put him 25 under war. and brandt snedeker knocks down this birdi
. >> it's amazing how much money we spend on energy. americans spend on average $2900 per year. that is almost 4% of our pretax income. today's news is a bit strus traitd since using less gasoline in 2012. higher gas prices outweig]b= savings throughout those reduced consumption methods. a second report from union of concerned scientists found they'll spend as much on gas as the cost of the vehicle. motorists who purchase a electric vehicle could get a tax brake under a measure introduced today. it would provide exemptions for those who buy electric cars s sales of the vehicles have been slower due to their higher costs but assembly man hopes to offer these incentives. the state supreme court ruling today that it's okay for retailers to ask you for personal information which you buy something with a credit card. law bans brick and mortar stores for asking for data. but court ruled same law does not apply to merchants. ruling the need to protect from fraud outweighs concerns. our media partner marin independent journal points out a wet december followed by a dry january helped t
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